Nainital, also known as Naini Tal, is a famous hill station in Uttarakhand, Indian state of Nainital district in the Kumaon foothills of the outer Himalayas. Nainital is situated in a valley, which has a mango-shaped lake, which is in the periphery of about two miles, and is surrounded by mountains. This is a goal for everyone, whether you are looking for a wonderful family, or a romantic escape. It is well connected by major cities and offers a set to refresh your body and soul.
Tourist places in Nainital
Naina Devi Temple
Snow view point
Gurudwara singh sangha
Naina Devi Temple
St. John’s Church
Boating on Naini Lake
How to reach
Nainital can enjoy excellent bus connectivity for the main sites of North India. Many tour operators run daily bus services from New Delhi to Nainital, which include options like air conditioned, sleeper and volvo bus. Boarding during the night bus is mainly a convenient route to Nainital, although some buses also run during the day.
The nearest railway station is located at Kathgodam at a distance of 34 Kms at the foothills of Kumaon hills. Kathgodam Railway Station is excellent for important links in the form of Railway, Delhi, Lucknow and Howrah, which runs daily for New Delhi.
Some trains coming from Kathgodam station are Ranikhet Express, North Link, Kranti Express, Bagh Express, Dehradun Kathgodam Express and Anwat Kgm Shatabdi Express.
There is no direct flight connectivity in Nainital. The nearest airport is located in Pantnagar, which is located 65 km from Nainital. Private chartered flights are mainly for air traffic for Pant Nagar airport. No commercial flights are ready to go from here and there.
Distance from Delhi to Nainital is 331 kilometers
Nainital distance from Haridwar to 226 KM
Nainital distance from Lucknow to 3387 kilometers